there is no timing belt on a 2001 rav....it has a chain. dont replace it unless its damaged, (and you'll know if its damaged!) I DON'T THINK YOUR ANSWER ACTUALLY GOES ENOUGH INTO DETAIL. YES, IT WOULD BE NICE IF THE TIMING CHAIN WARNED YOU BEFORE IT WENT OUT? BUT I THINK I HAD RATHER CHANCE SOME PRVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE AT ABOUT 60,000 MILES RATHER THAN IT BREAKING OR WHATEVER IT DOES AND THERE I AM SITTING ON THE SIDE OF THE INTERSTATE WAITING ON A TOW TRUCK? WHAT DO YA THINK? Whoa... hold on there tiger (and please, no yelling "all caps"). The question is a good one, so let me clarify - as I own one of these myself. First off - the owner's manual has a "supplement", a second book that goes over the maintenance schedule in detail - including the timing belt. This booklet recommends replacing the belt every 72/mo or 152000kms for the Rav4... which is odd, since it clearly has a chain instead, starting in 2001. In other words, the book is actually wrong (and any Toyota dealer will confirm this).
Secondly, with any of the new timing chains - you certainly don't have worry about it breaking (like in the old days of timing chains). Alloy metals used these days are much much stronger than in the past - and quieter too, hence why many manufacturers have gone back to that design. It's all about durability baby.
So, you really don't have to worry that you're somehow going to be stranded on the side of the road... really. And if you think that you should take preventative measures, try taking your Rav to a dealer and see how they react. If they are honest, they will look at you like you're crazy ;) ... then tell you it's not required. Hope that helps.
It may mean a scheduled maintenance is required, which at the minimum is an oil change. However, it can also mean more intensive maintenance is required, such as coolant flush/replace, transmission flush/replace, brake flush/replace, a tuneup (replace hoses, spark plugs, etc.).
There is no scheduled maintenance for the timing chain. It will normally last the life of the engine.
no, the valves are far enough away from the pistons for this not to be a problem You will be dead in the water where it breaks and need a tow. As a 'repair', expect to pay somewhat more for replacement than were you to schedule this item as a 'scheduled maintenance procedure'.
The 2000 Mitsubishi Montero 3.5L is listed as an "Interference Engine" under timing belts in the www.RockAuto.com auto parts catalog. This means the valves or other major engine parts will be damaged if the timing belt breaks while the engine is running. So replace it as part of scheduled maintenance. Many manufacturers recommend changing the timing belt every 60K miles. I do not know if Mitsubishi recommends different mileage intervals.
Maintenance Required. It means there is scheduled maintenance due. Can be an oil/filter change, transmission fluid change, replace spark plugs, or replace cam belt, or can be something else. Look in your owners manual at the maintenance schedule to find out what needs to be done.
It's just like any other multiribbed belt. Replace it when it's dried out and is cracking. Otherwise there is no scheduled maintenance interval.
Routine home maintenance is the only way to ensure everlasting, safe, ... battery replacement (some manufacturers might suggest to replace the battery twice a ...
you should only need to replace your fuel filter about every 45-60k miles. Check your service manual for scheduled maintenance.
There is no scheduled maintenance on the timing chain. The chain will, under normal circumstances, last the life of the engine, and is normally replace during a complete engine overhaul.
There is no scheduled mileage or time mentioned in any manual for Timing Chain replacement.
If one rotor is in need of replacement, the other is sure to need it soon afterwards. I always replace such things in pair as a preventative maintenance issue.
It means there is scheduled maintenance required based on your mileage. Can be just an oil change or can be something else like you need to replace the cam belt. Open your owner's manual and it will tell you exactly what is needed.
The Maintenance Schedule requires Inspection (and replacement if necessary) of the Camshaft Drive Belt (aka Timing Belt) at every 30,000 miles and Replacement at 105,000 miles.
The scheduled 60,000 mile maintenance on a 2004 Chevy cavalier is a fifteen point inspection. The services include rotate tire, inspect underbody, inspect steering linkage, inspect shifting linkage, inspect suspension, inspect parking brakes, lubricate parking brake cables, replace crankshaft oil filter, and change fluid in the crankshaft.
Normal maintenance of a Kubota L5240HST compact tractor includes regular cleaning and possible tire replacement. After extended use, you may have to replace smaller parts such as the backhoe or the motor.
There is no maintenance schedule on this part. You replace it if and when it goes bad.There is no maintenance schedule on this part. You replace it if and when it goes bad.
This is a brand new car which came with an owners manual. Open that owners manual and look in the maintenance schedule section. If it has a cam belt it will tell you when to replace it. If it has a chain there will be no mention of any maintenance.
Carpet pads should be replaced periodically but they can last longer with proper care and maintenance. A number of home improvement stores carry replacement supplies.
The 1999 Toyota Camry Scheduled Maintenance Guide says replace @ 30,000 miles. However it also says if the vehicle is driven primarily on unpaved or dusty roads then inspect the filter every 5,000 miles. When inspecting it says to "Check for damage, excessive wear and oiliness. Replace if necessary."
The answer is in the question, Non routine is maintenance which is not done very often like to defrag a hard drive or to replace old hardware. Routine is something that you would do often like virus scans or file management. G.Rudge
The timing chain on a 2006 Honda Accord 4 cylinder is designed to last the life of the engine and is normally replaced during a complete engine rebuild. No scheduled maintenance is required.
There is not scheduled replacement of the timing chain. It will normally last the life of the engine until the engine needs a complete overhaul. Replace it is it is noisy, or you cannot keep the engine timed correctly.
There is both a timing chain which connects to a timing gear (cam and crank shafts) Not as regularly scheduled maintenance item - replace only when needed
According to the 1996 Mercury Mystique Scheduled Maintenance Guide : The timing belt for the 2.0 liter four cylinder engine is changed at : ( 60,000 mile intervals )
Replacement is required in order to replace the battery.